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Hello, I am having problem adding a new excel worksheet using C#. I am able to acquire the first worksheet no problem, but when I try to add a new worksheet, the code bombs out with a COM exception. Here is what I have:
I am writing a wizard that will execute a process to generate some source code files. As a part of that wizard, I want to have the user navigate to a directory so that I can save the source files and a project file in that directory. The only file dialog I see in the Windows Forms toolbox collection is FileSaveDialog and FileOpenDialog. When I use these dialog boxes (even with VerifyFileExists set to false) the dialog requires clicking on a file.
Any suggestions on how to do a dialog that only requires a browse to a directory WITHOUT using the old COMM dialog box?
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